20 Oct 2017

FILM REVIEW: HAPPY DEATH DAY

HAPPY DEATH DAY is a film that on a quick glance of the trailer could be written off as just another one of the countless whodunit slashers that employs your standard package of the straight-from-central-casting crew of beautiful, white, sun-kissed, cult-like/abusive levels of narcissist personality disorder that are gift-wrapped nicely

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19 Oct 2017

66 HORROR FLIX PRESENTS: FRANKENSTEIN (1931)

Today’s 66 HORROR FLIX celebrates the most famed monster in film history, Frankenstein! Or, as he is known in the 1931 film FRANKENSTEIN, “The Monster”.  What makes this episode extra special is that it is filmed before a live audience at El Camino College to celebrate the bicentennial of Mary

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17 Oct 2017

FILM REVIEW: WISH UPON

The road to seeing WISH UPON was one that was filled with obstacle after obstacle.  Filmed in Toronto (my home!), I was invited to visit the set of the film but had to decline due to an injury that left me immobile. I was really bummed out.  The film had

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12 Oct 2017

66 HORROR FLIX PRESENTS: THEY COME IN THREES (IN 3D AND 2D)

This weeks episode of 66 Horror Flix addresses some of the tricks and gimmicks used in Horror franchises. Today, we will address the good, the bad and the ugly. We will also talk about using 3D in franchises and we will do it….in 3D! That’s right, so if you have

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11 Oct 2017

FILM REVIEW: NIGHT CREEP

There is a certain sect (mind you its a small one, though a sect nonetheless) of horror fans that love Shot-On-Video horror. I happen to be one of those lovers.  I can’t explain why. It’s not because I don’t want to but because I actually don’t know what it is

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05 Oct 2017

66 HORROR FLIX Presents: SEASON OF THE WITCH (1972)

Today on 66 HORROR FLIX we honor one of horrors greats that has recently passed, George A. Romero.  The name George Romero is synonymous with NIGHT OF THE LIVING  DEAD, DAWN OF THE DEAD, etc.  The 1972 film SEASON OF THE WITCH was written, directed, shot and edited by Romero himself.

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04 Oct 2017

CONTEST: WISH UPON iTunes Give-away (CANADA ONLY, SORRY!)

WISH UPON will be receiving its home entertainment release in Canada on Tuesday, October 10th. This will include iTunes, Google Play, VOD, Blu-Ray, and DVD! Thanks to the beauties at D Films, we are giving away a limited number of iTunes codes so you can check out this movie for

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04 Oct 2017

FILM REVIEW: RIFT (PHILADELPHIA UNNAMED FILM FESTIVAL)

RIFT (Rökkur) is an Icelandic film that is as stunning and slow moving as the glaciers that surround our two lead characters.  Set in an extremely remote and secluded area surrounded by water, glaciers and dotted with mostly abandoned cabins and huts, Einar (Sigurður Þór Óskarsson) has retreated to his

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02 Oct 2017

ART EXHIBITION: GUILLERMO DEL TORO – AT HOME WITH MONSTERS

I had the privilege of being invited to preview the traveling exhibition of art and memorabilia that usually reside in “The Bleak House“.  Owned by visionary director Guillermo del Toro, the house is legendary due to it being less of a house and more of a love letter to monsters,

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29 Sep 2017

Short Film Review: GET YOURSELF TOGETHER , MIKEY (Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival)

*GET YOURSELF TOGETHER , MIKEY will play  at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 30* For Tickets: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/PhiladelphiaUnnamedFilmFestival/tickets Mikey’s (played by the fantastic Tom Hagi) situation is one part therapy and one part THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY. After a shocking  (to him) breakup Mikey goes to the store to do what most

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